Camp Rocks & Trumpet of the Swan (Lyrics & Chords)

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Camp Rocks

© Camp Brébeuf 2005

Written by Jason Taylor, Nicky Glazier and Beti Stefanec

C G F C

I’m going to go to camp this summer where I can be free

C G F C

Imagine all the friends I’ll make just by being me

C G F C

I’ll climb up the high ropes getting closer to the sun

C G F C

Reaching brand new heights and having so much fun

C G F C

Then I’ll go canoeing on the pond with all my friends

C G F C

Gliding down the river I’ll do the best I can

C G F C

We’ll do arts and crafts. A funny skit or two

C G F C (Stop guitar)

I really hope at camp this summer we’ll be seeing you

CHORUS:

C G

Cause camp rocks!

G F C

Go ahead and grab a hold

C G

Reach beyond

F C

The challenges that you behold

Am G F C

Oh this summer we’ll be having so much fun

Am G F G

Dancing and singing and hanging out with everyone!

(Talking…)

C G F C

(Chorus)

C G F C

Walking through the forest I see the greatest sights

Looking at the sky at night

The stars they shine so bright

I will take a picture of all that I have seen

So I can show everyone that special place I’ve been

(Chorus)

Trumpet of the Swan© Camp Brebeuf 2005 male staff

“Camp Brebeuf” can be substituted for your camp name.

Chords repeated throughout the song:

G D A C

All the animals at this camp are unique and interesting

All the animals at this camp come out when it’s dark

Chorus:

All the animals at Camp Brébeuf

All the animals are really cool

All the animals at Camp Brébeuf

All the animals are really cool

Oh yeah, oh yeah!

If we see a big black bear

It would give us a scare

Maybe something a little bit smaller

Like a chipmunk a squirrel or Ollie the Otter

Chorus()

Maybe one night we’ll see a raccoon

or hear the coy-dogs howl at the moon

Now this song is nearing the end

And all the animals are now our friends

Chorus()

Related posts:

  1. Camp Songwriting 101
  2. Camp, Camp & More Camp
  3. The Spirit of Camp
  4. Building A Camp That Builds Friendships
  5. Reaching Out

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